What does Stasio mean?
Stasio [sta-sio] as a boys' name is of Greek and Slavic derivation, and Stasio means "resurrection". Stasio is an alternate spelling of Anastasios (Greek): from the word "anastasis". Stasio is also a form of Stanislaus (Slavic): the patron saint of Poland.
Associated with: greek.
(male) Sasio, Stapio, ..
(female) Stasi, .. Middle name pairings:
Stasio Isaak (S.I.), ..
How popular is Stasio?
Stasio is an uncommonly occurring given name for men but a very prominent surname for both adults and children (#42757 out of 150436, Top 28%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related boy names. Stanislaus is the only prominent alternative form of Stasio (not ranked). Other forms, like Stanek, are uncommon. This relation of Stasio was popular a century ago (#1050). (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Stasio is pronounced similarly to Stacey▼, Stacie and Stacy▼. Other recommended names are Acacio, Anisio, Atanasio, Biagio, Cassio, Dacio, Efisio, Esavio (see Eusebius), Fabio, Favio, Flavio, Ilario, Inacio, Lotario, Manasio, Mario, Natalio, Octavio, Oratio, Orazio, Ottavio, Saarik, Saariq, Sabin, Sabino, Sachio, Sagiv, Said, Sail, Salim, Sami, Santo, Sanzio, Sapir, Sariq, Sasha, Saulo, Savil, Savino, Sayid, Seasar, Sergio, Serjio, Sesto, Shadi, Shafik, Shafiq, Shafir, Shai, Shakil, Shani, Shashi, Shasta, Sirgio, Slavin, Slawin (see Slavin), Stan▼, Stanly, Stanton, Starck, Stark, Starke, Starr, Stavros, Stein, Steno, Stevie▼, Stig, Swain, Sylvio, Tadio and Tavio. These names tend to be more commonly used than Stasio.See names in meaning and etymology.